So, the reason I am posting this is to share with you all a bit of information I have recently come across. To some it may seem like nothing but for
me and my crazy mind, this info really got my attention.
It involves ExxonMobil's new campus they are building and have been building for a couple years now here about 30 minutes from Houston, TX. on 385
acres of land. A friend of mine, we can call him Jim, has been working there for quite some time now and shared with me some photos and info that he
has come across while working there. I will share with you this info and the only picture I was able to get from him, without him knowing. He showed
me a ton of pictures from inside the campus but refused to GIVE me any for fear of being fired. For some reason, photos are not allowed to be taken
from the inside. Jim says that if he were to be caught with them he could be fired AND sued.
Here is the picture I was able to get:
Now, its not much, just the inside of one of the labs or the only lab, not too sure, but its all I could get.
You can find more pics Here
and also by searching ExxonMobil Houston Campus on google images. Here are a couple I have:
This is just to give you an idea of how big this place is and what it looks like so far.
Now, when I was talking to Jim, he told me a couple of things that really grabbed my attention about this place. Some you can find in the link I
shared above. One being that this future campus is supposed to house
up to 10,000 employees. They also will have their own daycare center. The
entire campus is on its own Power Grid
Now that was something that made me wonder.
Jim also said that there are underground tunnels that connect all the buildings. That is freaky in itself.
I don't know if there is anything beyond what is being put out there but for me and my crazy mind, this all just seems a bit much. Billions of
dollars are being put into this place. Over a million just for marble flooring in one building.
My questions are:
Why do the employees need to live at this campus? (Which by the way is currently surrounded by a high voltage electric fence)
Why does it need to be on its own power grid??
Is seems as if ExxonMobil, which was founded by a Rockefeller mind you, is building this place to be able to survive and function all on its own,
without the help of the outside world. Is that strange only to me?
I don't know. I recommend reading the article have shared and also
Once I expressed to Jim my interest in his work cite he seemed to close himself to sharing any more details with me. I couldn't get anything serious
out of him afterward.
Let me know your thoughts on this. Thanks for reading!!